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Subject: RE: UKNM: Search engine useage
From: Leslie Bunder
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 15:29:43 +0100

wouldn't really recommend trying to blag access, as these guys can log the
IP address of where the access is coming from, so if you are XYZ company and
all of a sudden a different IP address will come up on a regular basis, then
these guys will check it out and your free supplier will find they are in
breach of the licence...and all sorts of horrible things will happen to
them, like being forced to listen to Celine Dion...

I wouldn't say they are expensive as such, they are only expensive if you
can't make something out of the research. Sure there is a cost involved, but
if that helps your business, then it is a good expense, if it doesn't then,
yes, it is expensive.


Leslie Bunder, Content Partner Manager
Email: Leslie [dot] Bunderatentranet [dot] co [dot] uk
Tel: 07799 710831
Web: www.entranet.co.uk

-----Original Message-----
From: tim moore [tmooreatvoila [dot] net (mailto:tmooreatvoila [dot] net)]
Sent: 23 August 2000 17:40
To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
Subject: Re: UKNM: Search engine useage


Every time someone asks for web figure, I always come to the same
conclusion: Nielsen Net Rating or Media Metrix. Both will give you the
info you need. Thy're both effing expensive as well. My advice is to try
and find someone with access - most of the big ad agencies should have it -
and blag it off them ;-)

Any one else know of any good sources of user data for Search Engines??


Duncan Randall wrote:

> Easy...
> Does anyone know were statistics are available on useage of search
> engines. Specifically which engines are preferred by business users and
> which, if any are different for domestic useage.
> This is an integral part of the decission making process for a banner ad
> campaign within the business sector and, as a result, it would be useful
> to know which is the engine of choice withinin this sphere...
> Cheers,
> Duncan

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